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Tell the governor to sign AB 2146: Help save California’s bees

A class of poisonous pesticides called neonicotinoids are killing California’s bees. Neonicotinoids attack bees’ central nervous systems, causing neurological damage, paralysis and death.

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Curb Neonic Use to Save Bees—And Farmers

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Curb Neonic Use to Save Bees—And Farmers

Neonicotinoid pesticides place California's bees and pollinators at risk. The Pollinator Protection Act is an important step to securing their protection from these toxic pesticides.

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